He-Purse? Man Satchel? Male Carry-all? Dude Mojo Bag?

vt_shua's picture

Whatever you call it - here is one I knitted. From just one skein of Noro Kureyon. This mojo bag is a gift for a friend's birthday who is a ghost hunter. I placed a smudge stick inside for when he goes a-hauntin'.

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Crafty Andy's picture

My life is a Craft, not a

My life is a Craft, not a blog. 

Great work Buddy. I love those mittens as well, great job, you facial expression is priceless!

technocowboy's picture

I must have that pattern. 

I must have that pattern.  MUST MUST MUST!  That would be AWESOME to take to (clothing optional) gatherings!!  Who's the pattern manufacturer??

[Insert Big Ol' Gurl squeal here] 

kiwiknitter's picture

Fantastic!  I love those

Fantastic!  I love those colours and aren't I-cords fantastic?! 

I've got knitting fever in the worsted way.

How big is the bag, shua? 

How big is the bag, shua?  I love the colors.  Is it your own design?

vt_shua's picture

The bag is roughly 6 inches

The bag is roughly 6 inches wide by 9 inches tall - without the I-Cord (which is enough to sling over your shoulder and have it just above the waist. Kureyon is about 110 yards. This isn't huge, and not meant to be weight-bearing, but with more skeins, you could certainly increase and make a bigger bag, with a thicker I-Cord. The pattern is not mine - I got it from my LYS (free with purchase of yarn - gotta love that). Kureyon is cool - because all those swell colors are in one skein!

How long is a skein of

How long is a skein of Kureyon? 

Knit away, knit away

Drew Emborsky's picture

An item that cool doesn't

An item that cool doesn't even need a name!  Although He-purse is making me laugh quite a bit!

Great job dude!

~drew~ 

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Paul's picture

What ever you'd like to call

What ever you'd like to call it, it's GORGEOUS!  The colors are really beautiful, and your technique is awesome!  Thanks for sharing!  Paul  Wink